This Month’s Features
Making informed decisions about the use of loupes, seating alternatives, and instrument selection in order to improve ergonomics is key to career longevity.
This report addresses the presentation of a rare “kissing lesion.”
A variety of factors influence the ability of this vulnerable patient population to access professional Dental care.
Oral health professionals who understand the common characteristics of these lesions can prevent unnecessary treatment.
By better understanding the risk factors and brain changes associated with this disease, clinicians will be well-prepared to provide dental care.
While not traditionally noted as high risk for dry mouth, young patients are more commonly experiencing medical conditions and medication usage that increase susceptibility for xerostomia.
As I write this memo from the beautiful town of Westport, Ireland, I’m reflecting on many things.
Ask the Expert
My office will not allow for four-handed dentistry, and I am concerned about exposures to aerosols. What are some strategies I can implement by myself to reduce this risk?
Products and Services
This benzocaine gel by Gingi-Pak reduces pain and increases comfort without a needle.
The newest addition to the CaviWipes family, CaviWipes HP provides peace of mind with its compatibility, efficacy, and reliability.
Newsline + Industry Info
Our choices on how to practice within the dental hygiene profession are limitless.
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene’s Editor in Chief Jill Rethman, RDH, BA, was elected president elect of the International Federation of Dental Hygienists (IFDH).
When Lorene G. Kent, RDH, BA, envisioned the ideal journal for her fellow dental hygienists, one of the most important factors was beauty.
Digital Agenda covers all that’s happening under Dimensions’ social media platforms.
When scaling and root planing, what ergonomic adjustments do you make to support your musculoskeletal health?
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene Brand Ambassador Ann Cote, RDH, MSHA, pays it forward by supporting her fellow dental hygienists.